- RM1A series panel mount solid-state relay
- 3-32Vdc Input
- 50 Amp / 24-265Vac output @ 40°C
- Zero-crossing output
- Internal overvoltage protection
- Clip-on IP 20 protective cover
- LED input status indicator
- Direct copper bonding (DCB) substrate for superior thermal performance
- Epoxy-free design eliminates stress on internal components due to epoxy expansion / contraction
- Self-lifting screw terminals
- Agency approvals: cURus, CSA, CCCs, EAC and CE
Carlo Gavazzi RM1A23D50 50 Amp, DC Input Panel Mount Solid State Relay
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The Carlo Gavazzi RM1A23D50 solid state relay is part of the RM1A series of automation products, and one of the most widely used range of solid state relays in the world today. Designed for superior performance and reliability in demanding industrial applications, the RM1A23D50 solid state relay utilizes back-to-back SCRs to switch power to/from AC loads. This minimizes overall power dissipation and increases the solid state relay’s ability to withstand surge currents.
The RM1A23D50 can reliably switch 50 amp loads at line voltages between 24Vac and 265Vac in a 40°C ambient. The input of the RM1A23D50 can accept control signals between 3Vdc and 32Vdc. The control circuit will draw less than ≤12mA at the maximum specified input voltage.
The RM1A23D50 solid state relay uses zero-crossing optical isolators to trigger the output SCRs. When an input signal is applied, the output of the solid state relay will not conduct load current until the AC mains passes through the zero-crossing point of the sine wave. This greatly reduces inrush currents and minimizes the level of conducted emissions coupled onto the AC mains by the solid state relay.
Typical Carlo Gavazzi solid state relay applications include resistive heating control, motor control and some lighting control systems.
Additional features and benefits of the Carlo Gavazzi RM1A23D50 solid state relay include:
- Direct bond copper (DBC) substrate for superior thermal performance
- Integrated overvoltage protection
- Epoxy-free design to eliminate stress caused by the expansion and contraction of epoxy during normal operation
- Removable IP20 touch-safe cover
- Agency approvals: cURus, CSA, CCC, EAC, and CE
A heat sink and thermal compound are normally required to prevent a solid state relay from overheating during normal operation. HBControls can pre-assemble the RM1A23D50 solid state relay onto a wide range of DIN or panel mount heat sinks. Please contact us at email@example.com / 800.879.7918 if you’d like to receive more information on pre-assembled solutions for the Carlo Gavazzi RM1A23D50 solid state relay or if you’d like to discuss specific application requirements.
About Carlo Gavazzi
Carlo Gavazzi is an international group active in designing, manufacturing and marketing electronic equipment. Automation Components is the core business operated by Carlo Gavazzi Group.
Automation Components designs and manufactures electronic control components for the global building and industrial automation markets in its ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certified factories in Italy, Lithuania, Malta and China.
The products (sensors, monitoring relays, timers, energy management systems, solid state relays, electronic motor controllers, safety devices and fieldbus systems) provide automation solutions for the industrial and building automation markets.
Typical customers are original equipment manufacturers of packaging machines, plastic-injection moulding machines, agriculture machines, food and beverage production, conveying and materials handling equipment, door and entrance control systems, lifts and escalators as well as heating, ventilation and air conditioning devices. System integrators and distributors are other effective channels to the market.
The products are marketed across Europe, North America and Asia-Pacific through a network of 22 own sales companies and around 60 independent national distributors. In addition, Automation Components designs and manufactures signaling equipment and safety relays for the railways market.